VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy and Manage – Cloudthat VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy and Manage – Cloudthat

Course Overview

This three-day VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy and Manage [V7] certification training course from CloudThat teaches candidates how to deploy and manage VMware vSphere® with Tanzu. Candidates taking this course learn about how vSphere with Tanzu can be used to orchestrate the delivery of Kubernetes clusters and containerized applications in a vSphere environment.

Candidates preparing for VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy and Manage [V7]  course can enroll for our training program and acquire the necessary skills and knowledge required to successfully clear the final exam. We offer leaners access to our authored curriculum and learning sessions delivered by our VMware certified in-house trainers. 

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu and use cases in on-premises environments
  • Deploy vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe VMware Tanzu Mission Control
  • Describe the VMware NSX® networking requirements for vSphere with Tanzu.
  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu on NSX-T Data Center
  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu on vSphere Distributed Switch
  • Create and manage vSphere with Tanzu namespaces
  • Deploy and run container applications on vSphere with Tanzu
  • Deploy and configure Harbor
  • Describe the VMware Tanzu™ Kubernetes Grid™ service
  • Deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid cluster
  • Deploy and run container applications on a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid cluster
  • Describe the vSphere with Tanzu lifecycle
  • Use logs and CLI commands to monitor and troubleshoot vSphere with Tanzu

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Key Features

  • Our training modules have 50% -60% hands-on lab sessions to encourage Thinking-Based Learning (TBL).
  • Interactive-rich virtual and face-to-face classroom teaching to inculcate Problem-Based Learning (PBL).
  • VMware certified instructor-led training and mentoring sessions to develop Competency-Based Learning (CBL).
  • Well-structured use-cases to simulate challenges encountered in a Real-World environment.
  • Integrated teaching assistance and support through experts designed Learning Management System (LMS) and ExamReady platform.
  • Being a VMware Authorized Training Reseller, we offer authored curriculum that are at par with industry standards.

Who Should Attend

  • Experienced system administrators and system integrators responsible for designing and implementing vSphere with Tanzu.

Prerequisites

  • This course requires completion of the following courses:
  • VMware vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage OR VMware vSphere: Optimize and Scale
  • VMware NSX-T Data Center: Install, Configure, Manage
  • Experience working on the command line is helpful.
  • This course requires that a student be able to perform the following tasks with no assistance or guidance before enrolling in this course:
  • Create VMware vCenter Server® objects, such as data centers and folders
  • Create a virtual machine using a wizard or a template
  • Modify a virtual machine’s hardware
  • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® vMotion®
  • Migrate a virtual machine with VMware vSphere® Storage vMotion®
  • Configure and manage a vSphere DRS cluster with resource pools
  • Configure and manage a VMware vSphere® High Availability cluster
  • If you cannot perform all of these tasks, VMware recommends that you complete one of the prerequisite courses before enrolling in VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy & Manage.

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  • Introductions and course logistics
  • Course objectives

  • Describe virtual machines and containers
  • Describe container hosts
  • Describe container engines
  • Describe Dockerfile
  • Describe container images
  • Describe image registry
  • Describe the purpose and functionality of Kubernetes
  • Describe YAML manifest files
  • Explain pods
  • Explain Replica Sets
  • Explain services
  • Explain deployments
  • Explain network policies

  • Introduce the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
  • Introduce the VMware Tanzu™ portfolio
  • Describe the purpose and functionality of vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe the capabilities of vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe the components of vSphere with Tanzu
  • Contrast vSphere with Tanzu to traditional Kubernetes
  • Describe the requirements for vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe the NSX components required for vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe the network topology of vSphere with Tanzu
  • Explain the networking requirements of vSphere with Tanzu
  • Compare NSX networking objects with Kubernetes networking objects
  • Describe the kubectl command line interface

  • Explain the architecture of the vSphere with Tanzu core services
  • Describe the use cases of vSphere with Tanzu
  • Enable vSphere with Tanzu
  • Deploy Harbor Registry
  • Describe a vSphere with Tanzu namespace
  • Describe resource quotas
  • Explain authentication and authorization to vSphere with Tanzu
  • Create a namespace
  • Use kubectl to interact with vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe using kubectl pod deployment
  • Explain scaling a pod deployment
  • Explain deleting pods
  • Use kubectl to deploy a pod
  • Use kubectl to scale a pod
  • Describe a Container Storage Interface
  • Explain VM Storage Policies and Persistent Volumes
  • Monitor Cloud Native Storage
  • Create a Persistent Volume
  • Describe the NSX Container Plugin
  • Explain Supervisor Cluster Network Topology
  • Explain Container Objects in NSX
  • Describe Kubernetes Services
  • Describe Kubernetes Network Policies
  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu on vSphere Distributed Switch
  • Describe Harbor Image Registry
  • Explain Harbor integration with vSphere with Tanzu
  • Enable Harbor
  • Push container images to Harbor
  • Deploy containers from Harbor

  • Introduce Kubernetes Cluster API
  • Explain Tanzu Kubernetes Grid service
  • Describe the use cases for Tanzu Kubernetes Grid clusters
  • Describe enabling Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters
  • Deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster
  • Scale a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster
  • Explain the life cycle of Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters
  • Deploy pods to a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster
  • Describe monitoring of Tanzu Kubernetes Clusters

  • Describe the monitoring tools for vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe the troubleshooting tools for vSphere with Tanzu
  • Describe VMware vRealize® Operations Manager™ integration
  • Describe VMware Tanzu Mission Control
  • Describe the integration between vSphere with Tanzu and VMware Tanzu Mission Control
  • Describe vCenter Server events
  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu events
  • Describe gathering vSphere with Tanzu support log bundles

  • Introduce Kubernetes version
  • Explain Kubernetes release cadence
  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu life cycle
  • Describe NSX component life cycle
  • Describe vSphere with Tanzu Certificate Management

Certification

    • By earning this certification, you can learn to use vSphere with Tanzu to orchestrate the delivery of Kubernetes clusters and containerized applications in a vSphere environment.
    • Demonstrate essential skills to deploy a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid clusters.
    • Hone skills to deploy and run container applications on a Tanzu Kubernetes Grid cluster.
    • On successful completion of this training aspirants receive a Course Completion Certificate from us.
    • By successfully clearing the VMware vSphere with Tanzu: Deploy and Manage [V7] exam, aspirants earn VMware Certification.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The standard amount of VMware vSphere V7 exam depends upon the location and currency of the country. However, candidates should take an instructor-led VMware vsphere training as this exam requires lots of effort and practice from a well-recognized source like CloudThat. CloudThat offers this course for around 79900 + 18% GST that will assist you with 50% to 60% of hands-on lab training sessions, Microsoft certified instructor-led training, integrated teaching assistance, interactive rich virtual and face-to-face classroom, as well as gives you an edge over competition from Microsoft Learning Partner.

There are 70 questions on the test, and a 300-point passing grade is required. A total of 130 minutes is allocated for the exam, giving candidates enough time to finish it. Scaled scoring is an acknowledged testing technique that converts the raw scores from several VMware vsphere certification exams to a reasonable number. VMware creates many statistically equivalent/balanced exam versions for each VMware certification exam, primarily for security reasons but also to evaluate industry standards.

The questions will be based on the below significant domains of the course outline for the exam: Starting with Architecture and Technologies Second, Products and Solutions Third, Planning and Designing Fourth, Installing, Configuring, and Setup Furthermore, Performance-tuning, Optimization, and Upgrades Moreover, Troubleshooting and Repairing At last, Administrative and Operational Tasks

No, the VMware Vsphere V7 exam fee is not included in the total cloudthat VMware Vsphere training course fee. Candidates will learn how to deploy and administer VMware vSphere with Tanzu in this three-day training course from CloudThat for the V7 certification. Candidates who are completing this course gain knowledge on how to orchestrate the delivery of Kubernetes clusters and containerized apps in a vSphere environment using vSphere with Tanzu.

Exams for VMware are multiple-choice. You must check off every response that applies because some questions may have more than one right response. Other questions have several possible solutions, but there is only a single right one. Two responses could sound quite similar and have slight variances, or they might seem correct. This is why having practical experience is vitally necessary. To pass a VMware exam, you must possess a profound fundamental understanding of critical technologies.